Third-person singular simple present indicative form of draw.(verb)
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Use "draws" in a sentence
"The term draws its name from a 1970 Supreme Court ruling that said a defendant could plead guilty while asserting his innocence."
"The term draws upon Charles Darwin's theory of natural selection, where competition between individual organisms drives biological evolutionary change (speciation) through the survival of the fittest."
"The conclusion Darwin draws is obvious: "the individuals of the vegetable world may be considered as inferior or less perfect animals" (I, 73)."